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Palau. Li-bou, Fils d'Abba-Tulle, Roi de Pelew (Pelau). D'Urville c1834

Palau. Li-bou, Fils d'Abba-Tulle, Roi de Pelew (Pelau). D'Urville c1834

by D'Urville, Dumont

Antique Print of western-dressed Li-bou, Son of Abba-Tulle, King of Pelau. Carved Coffee Basket, Comb, Hatchet, Dagger, and other Weapons from Pelew. (Previously called Pelew or Pelau, the Republic of Palau is in the Caroline Islands, but is not part of Micronesia.) 

Original engraving for Voyages Pittoresque Autour de Monde  (Picturesque Voyages around the World), which comprised a general resume of the voyages of the discoveries of Magellan, Tasman, Dampier, Anson, Byron, Wallis, Carteret, Bougainville, Cook, Laperouse, G. Bligh, Vancouver, D'Entrecasteaux, Wilson, Baudin, Flinders, Krunsenstern, Porter, Kotzebue, Freycinet, Bellinghausen, Basil Hall, Duperrey, Paulding, Beechey, Dumont d'Urville, Lutke, Dillon, Laplace, B.Morrel, etc., published in Paris circa 1834-1835, under the direction of d'Urville.
Jules Sébastien César Dumont d'Urville (1790-1842), was a French naval officer who captained an exploration vessel in the Pacific regions at the beginning of the nineteenth century. D'Urville combined engravings from the drawings by his official expedition artist Louis Auguste de Sainson (1801-1887), with sketches and engravings from previous voyages (notably those from Captain Cook's third voyage between 1776 and 1780). 

Most of the engravings were printed two on a page, one above the other, but a few, on their sides, occupied the whole page. The page measures 265 x 175mm (approximately 10.5 x 7 inches). This page is black and white, as published.

Stock Number: apPhil.Durv.2Price: $16.50

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